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[QF-Test] What is the exact syntax
- Subject: [QF-Test] What is the exact syntax
- From: Adesh Siddhu <Adesh.Siddhu@?.org>
- Date: Mon, 10 Feb 2014 10:19:39 -0800
This is about the condition to be used in an IF
I want to check if variableA == (variableB or variableC or VariableD) # i.e. if A has any of the three values
# what would be the syntax if the variables were strings or numbers?
What is the exact syntax for this condition?
In the case where the variables are all strings,
I tried “$(variableA)” == “[$(variableB) or $(variableC) or $(variableD)]” but that did not do the trick.
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